Monday, May 4, 2009

10 Step Prevention to Flu Pig

Ten swine flu prevention steps issued by the Working Group ASEAN for One Health.
1. Wash your hands often.

Wash hands with soap and water several times a day. Dry your hands after washing. If there is no water, you may be able to use the washing hands of alcohol.

2. Avoid touch the eyes, nose or mouth

Influenza viruses are often spread when people come into contact with someone infected bacteria, and in contact with the eyes, nose or mouth.

3. Avoid close contact

Avoid close to someone who is sick. In the meantime, avoid shake hands and kiss with the people in the area of the reported outbreaks of influenza fell ill.

4. Stay at home if you are sick.

If possible, stay at home and avoid the major crowd, if you are sick. You will help prevent other people from the possibility of contracting the disease by you.

5. Use the cover nose and mouth

Use a handkerchief or tissue when you are coughing or sneezing to prevent the spread of the virus. If you do not have a tissue, use the front of the sleeve, do not use a hand. Dispose of tissue in the trash.

6. But keep the distance.

If you are sick, keep distance with other people to protect them not to participate fell ill ill.

7. Apply healthy lifestyle.

Think back to smoking, rest or sleep enough, exercise regularly, so the body can be active, manage your stress level, the water-much more, eat food bernutrisi.

8. Consult with your doctor if you are sick.

Come to the nearest doctor or health care if there are signs you are in pain symptoms, such as difficult breathing, your mind is being distracted, and vomiting.

9. Pause if travel is being sick

If you're sick, you should think back to travel by plane or other means of transportation. If you had to fly to that country fell ill flu Pig, and then you feel sick after the return, then you should immediately consult a doctor.

10. Follow the development of the information from the local health authority.

You still need to follow the development of the current situation of influenza epidemics and suggestions submitted by local health authorities.

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